The Bookshop: CANCELED
With our partners the Empire Area Community Center, we’re pleased to present The Bookshop, a charming 2019 drama inspired by the Penelope Fitzgerald novel. When a free-spirited widow opens a bookshop in a conservative coastal town in England in 1959, she attracts both opposition and support from the local community. NOTE: this program will be rescheduled at a later date.
On Energy – Choices & Consequences: April 22
Celebrate Earth Day by attending this presentation by Joe DeFors, of Leelanau Energy. Joe will discuss the various sources we have for primary energy – gas, oil, coal, nuclear, wind and solar – and the long-term impacts of these choices. A question and answer session will follow the presentation, which will take place at the Empire Township Hall at 7:00 pm. NOTE: this program may be rescheduled, pending updated public health advisories.
Stories & More: Thursday mornings @ 11:00 am
Another year of Stories & More for Preschoolers will begin on September 12. These lively sessions are lead by early childhood education specialist Joanne Beare, and feature stories, music, crafts and other learning activities. Preschoolers, including toddlers, along with their caregivers are welcome, with no advance registration required. Thanks to the Friends of Glen Lake Library for their ongoing support of this program. NOTE: canceled until further notice.
Tech Help Desk
If you need assistance with common computing, smartphone or tablet issues, contact the library for a referral to one of our volunteer tech tutors. They’re available to help you learn the many tools available on your device: email, text-messaging, camera and photos, clocks and calendars, notes and reminders, apps, and more. Our tutors can also help you learn to download electronic books and media from the library. However, please note that our tutors can’t provide technical support for hardware or software issues. If you’re interested in volunteering for this program, please contact the library. NOTE: suspended until further notice.
Lakeshore Readers book group
Our resident book group meets here in the library each month, typically on the last Wednesday, to share their insights and observations about the selected title. Their lively meetings are open to the public, with guests always welcome. A list of upcoming selections can be found on our calendar. Please note that the library generally owns only one copy of each selection. Additional copies can be ordered through MelCat or may be purchased from the Cottage Book Shop or other local booksellers.